It depends on how cold it gets. 15C then it's a coat outside 2 top? If it's 0C then it's a sweater and a winter coat. If it's -20C then I probably put on some thermal pants and shirts underneath too. If it's -40C then I stay home.
I switch to full pj's only because its so damn cold not to normally for me i am in shorts and tshirt and my girl starts wearing stripey pj's and if its too cold still she puts her hair down so that it help's keep her head warm
It's 33°c all year round where I live so no winter.
I'm special because I was poor in Alaska growing up so apparently I'm much more resistant to cold than other people. I wear sandals in snow until I put on snowboard boots or something. When I was still a kid, later on, I would walk around barefoot in what my family claimed was Minnesota -20° winter.
I have absolutely no idea, I wear enough to keep me warm, but I don't count them. Plus, I live in Florida, it's rarely ever cold here and if it is it tends to get hot by the afternoon. The coldness of our winters is like a week or two long lol. Like right now it's in the upper 80's.
i live in Canada. we had snow in September. usually two undertops and two sweaters, plus a coat. normal pants or two layers on leggings. really, really nicely insulated boots, two pairs of socks or one pair of really wooly socks. mittens (NOT GLOVES YOUR FINGER WILL FREEZE) and a hat or ear muffs. i walk to the school. in the winter every day last year i would get frost on my eyelashes and hair. not even joking. my friend got frostbite on her ears--while wearing a hat.
On a typical winter day (32 or below), when Im doing my chores (i live on a farm) i usually have 2 bottom layers and three top layers minimum. Add in ski mask and hat with earflaps! Leggings, thermal shirt, duck suit, and coat are typical.